Sault Sainte Marie
/ (ˈsuː seɪnt məˈriː) /
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an inland port in central Canada, in Ontario on the St Mary's River, which links Lake Superior and Lake Huron, opposite Sault Ste Marie, Michigan: canal bypassing the rapids completed in 1895. Pop: 67 385 (2001)
an inland port in NE Michigan, opposite Sault Ste Marie, Ontario: canal around the rapids completed in 1855, enlarged and divided in 1896 and 1919 (popularly called Soo Canals). Pop: 14 184 (2003 est)Usually abbreviated to: Sault Ste Marie
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Sauk Centre, Sauk Village, Saul, sault, Saulteaux, Sault Sainte Marie, Sault Ste. Marie, Sault Ste. Marie Canals, sauna, sauncy, Saunders
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Sault Sainte Marie must, of necessity, therefore, have been visited in going to the Winnebagoes.History of the Discovery of the Northwest by John Nicolet in 1634|Consul Willshire Butterfield
Johnston succeeded at length in taming this shy wild fawn, and took her to his house at the Sault-Sainte-Marie.
This last evening of my sojourn at the Sault-Sainte-Marie, is very melancholy—we have been all very sad.